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ahead on this monday morning. happy you had a great weekend. thanks for joining us. i'm megan pringle alongside charlie crowson. >>> a check of the forecast. bad to the north. bad to the south. we're stuck in the middle. but what we're seeing could affect the commute today. >>> we're dealing with a lot of rain, a lot of fog and unfortunate accidents of the i'll have more coming up in a bit but lynette, i'm tired of this weather. one day it's cold, one day it's warm, one day it's snowing, one day it's raining. >> we get some people with the snow, some people with the sunshine. it keeps it interesting. >>> let's talk about the rain right now. maryland's most powerful radar, it is coming down pretty moderate in some spots. so we can see around baltimore, just to the north of baltimore city and baltimore county around western run, mission run also getting in on some moderate rainfall this morning. you can see that in the yellows. chapel north and valley brook. if you are in these areas traveling along these areas, be prepared for some steady to moderate rain. we're also dealing with this
be east of us in the next hour and dealing with cloud cover here for most of your monday along with these mild temperatures. right now warming up and it's just rain, reagan national reported a temperature of 39. bwi 37. enjoy today, it's going to warmup into the upper 50s and a few low 60s south and west of washington this afternoon. with a few peaks of sunshine but predominantly a cloudy monday. a very active weather pattern. might be wintery weather on the way. details on that in a minute. let's do traffic with julie wright. >> on the roads right now hands are full. police activity tying up the community along route 5 near silver hill road and route 5 at iverson. blocked because wires on the highway. inbound on 50 down to 26 miles an hour headed in towards northeast washington. pop up the cameras and show you what else is happening. southbound 270, they cleared an accident that was tying up the right hand exit. the right lanes rather headed on to the inner loop of the bhelt way. delays south on 270 and again from falls road headed out towards the split. lanes are open 395 and
talks with representatives in rebel-held areas. he said he wants to find a way for us ought to leave power with minimal bloodshed. he is due to meet the arab league secretary-general on monday. let's speak to the executive director of the washington- based cyrian center for political and strategic studies. also a former member of the syrian national council, joining us live from washington. welcome to the program. what your thoughts about the potential for dialogue? >> it is clear that the a side regime has rejected this offer from them because he put to conditions. one, free all political prisoners. we have no sign the aside regime has read any of them. he has dropped this offer again. he said that now we will go without initiatives since the regime is closing all the doors. >> d do you think president asst --- assad's view is he can crush the revolution? >> nobody believes the machine can crush the revolution. >> do you think he believes that? >> i think he is putting the security solution as top a party for him and not care about how much the country has been destroyed. he does no
to us the process of what happens after february 28th. >> well, thomas, we're actually all waiting to find out, because as you noted at the beginning this hasn't happened in 719 years, so there's no playbook ready to go. the pope made a manifestation of his will today, indicating that as of 8:00 p.m. rome time, february 28th, he is no longer the pope. so that's that. i don't think there's going to be any ceremony marking this. he has indicated that that is what he has decided, and in the law of the church, that settles the question. whether the cardinals, who i suspect will be going to rome within the next several days, decide to have four or five days of formal consultations before they lock themselves up in the conclave to elect a new pope, we -- -- for this man who has often had a hard time with his public image, who has been the victim frankly of a cartoon presentation of himself by many of his enemies, but whom people seem to have come to understand as a man of god, a real pastor, one of the most learned men in the world, and someone who had a unique capacity to make the chris
. they have no way to use the bathrooms. >> reporter: emergency generators are providing some electricity. but the ship has no propulsion. carnival cruise lines has said no one is hurt, there's plenty of food. but has urged guests to congregate in common areas and on the decks. a tug boat has been dispatched to tow the 900-foot boat back to land in case engineers can't fix the problem. >> we'll have the latest on the fate of the triumph later on. >>> we move to another story. wild weather ripping through six states from texas to alabama. >> adds many as 15 tornadoes were spawned. the ominous twister was captured on cell phone video as it descended on the university of southern mississippi. >> it damaged hundreds of homes and ripped the roof off a building on campus. many trees were snapped in half and scattered around the streets. more than a dozen people were injured. no reports of any fatalities. >>> hundreds of miles to the north, drivers across the upper midwest are facing a treacherous morning commute after getting clobbered by a foot of freezing snow and rain. hundreds of cars crash
of it northeast and east of washington with lighter showers over us. stragglers to the west as well. sprinkles coming through in the next couple of hours. it is 45 at the airport, 48 already at the pax river naval air station. most of us in the metro in the mid to upper 3 0z. grab a heavier coat in the 50s this afternoon. >> reporter: i can't believe how great it is outside on the roads despite the wet road conditions, we really only have slow traffic. at this time in the rush hour you expect that of. southbound 270 for example, you are going to go about 31 miles per hour as you leave frederick, then the pace picks upright through german town. show you what it looks like on the beltway. north of town in connecticut avenue. westbound toward silver spring. even at the american legion bridge. back over to the maps, to virginia northbound of i-95 your heaviest stretch is going to be toward triangle. to the 14th street bridge lanes are open. >>> stars of the music visit from taylor swift to mumford and sons rocked out last night at the 55th annual grammy awards. >> the music industry celebrated its
city. >>> an alarming story overnight. get ready for more hackers of u.s. computer systems. the intelligence community reportedly believes that the united states is the target of a massive cyber espionage campaign. the goal is to gain a economic competitive edge. a newspaper says china is the main threat. >>> coming up after the break -- >> city on edge. >> the manhunt is heating up overnight. >>> later, the pulse. the college students that snuck into the super bowl and filmed the whole thing. >>> welcome back, everybody. gas prices, keep rising. the national average this morning is $3.58 a gallon, up seven cents in the past week and 27 cents in the past month. u.s. oil production is booming rite now. but oil futures are also rising. that's because of distribution problems in the u.s. l.a. is at the highest, $4.10 a gallon. >>> a merge between american airlines and u.s. air ways is pekted this week. they would have 6500 flights day, and nine major hubs. it would be known as american airlines. but it would be run by the ceo of u.s. airways. >>> the economy should shift into
of of the country. our low is right in the four corners. it looks like an active week for everyone except us. in fact, temperatures -- we might see some low 70s by wednesday if not thursday. no rain this week. 7 and 10-day outlook do not look promising as well. lows 30s, 40s. highs, 60s today. upper 60s to near 70 by wednesday. maybe thursday or friday for sure. santa rosa is the only one holding onto 100% of normal for the rain season. we did so well october, november, december. but a dry january and what's looking to be a dry february looks like these numbers will continue to go down, down, down. there is a lot of rain in tallahassee. they've had 4, 5 inches. severe lining up from atlanta back through alabama, mississippi, and north of new orleans and even into texas. for us, not a chance on anything here. looked really quiet except for sunny and warm. 30s and 40s. 50. 37 fairfield. there's still a component of an easterly breeze. north napa, northeast or east, even oakland hills and an easterly breeze. there are some that are mild. sunny, breezy, cold morning, inland. slightly warm. after
-key pope. he hasn't been the media star that john paul ii used to be. he has just tidecided to stay te to his character. and made the announcement not lock like such a big deal. >> claudio lavagna in rome. we will be check iing in with y throughout the morning. and now with more here is savannah. >> thanks, matt. >>> a consultant, thank you for being with us. >> hello. >> george, it's savannah. an incredibly surprising turn of events. what is the process for replace ing a pope under these circumstances? >> savannah, let's pause on that first statement just a moment. this is a surprise in that it hasn't happened in 717 years, but it's not a surprise in that benedict xvi has, on several public occasions and in his most recent interview book said that if he ever reached the judgment in conscience, as that statement said today, that he could not give the church the service it deserves because of advancing age or ill health that he would abdicate. i think it's a great statement about the humility of joseph ratzinger, as he will become at the moment of his abdication once again. and in a str
. >> give us the worst school anywhere in per and we will jut perform the other schools in five years. >> how good are the test scores at hit charter schools? >> there isn't even a word for it school spending has tripled over the past 40rs. we now spend much more than other countries but what do we get? fancier schools, more assistant principals but student learning, no improvement. look at it. there is the line. for 40 years. scores have been flat. much more money, no improvement. this is awful. but there is some good news. around america, some very cool things are starting to happen. >> but school is boring. >> no, it's not! >> yes, it is. i know. i went to school. grade school was boring. so was high school. so was princeton. except for the party parts. but fourth great? you have to learn reading and writing. that is work. >> reading is work. but you it's rockin' awesome. >> rockin' awesome? and these kids say school is fun. >> yes. >> yes. >> how is it fun to learn? >> they just teach us in a fun way. >> so you guys look forward to to going to school in the morning? >> yes. >> the
what used to be this little music building. pile of bricks mostly twisted metal now. school officials reporting several campus buildings were hit. early indications it is a pretty bad scene. this video showing explosion after explosion as power transformers crump el into a fierce storm. the wind strong enough to blow those brick buildings. another view of the same twister with audio. some of you have tweeted me so i am going to lower my voice so you can hear the wind. witnesses say it skirted along the main road. listen to the funnel cloud scream go by. >> meteorologist also call that, i have heard them call that the call or the scream of the actual storm itself. it is mainly just wind. again you see more than transformers going out. our viewers wanted to be able to hear the natural sound of that. so we got that audio up for you. many more of the dramatic images are coming out. continue to send those but please do it quickly. and my twitter page we will put that up for you as well. let's get to jeff rent from the official management agency he joins us by phone. jeff, you are with us?
they are work to make sure this morning's commute is as smooth as possible. they are urging people to use mass transit or work from home if possible. >> anything that you can do to help us knock the piles down on the intersections are going to help public safety. shoveling sidewalks i know will take a couple of days. but if you are walking in the street, just be very, very careful. we don't want to see a lot of pedestrian accidents. use caution. >> airports and train stations are also getting back to normal. airlines say they are operating on a close to normal schedule in the area. amtrak has limited service between new york and boston. b >>> a big story this morning, the massive manhunt continues in california for a former lapd officer accused of killing three people. on sunday, a home improvement store was evacuated after police received a tip saying someone resembling 33-year-old christopher dominican republicker was seen inside. police arrived on the scene but have not commented on what they found. a $1 million reward has been offered for information leading to his arrest. >> this is an ac
in afghanistan as a new commander of nato and u.s. forces took over. marine general joseph dunford succeeded general john allen who has been in command for the last 19 months. president obama has nominated allen to be the supreme allied commander in europe. the u.s. and its allies plan to hand over security to afghan forces at the end of next year. >>> when "nbc nightly news" continues on this sunday, new information about a potentially deadly disease that's made a big comeback. >>> and later, why they're all rooting for this big guy as a top contender for best in show. >>> we're back with health news, and concern about a growing outbreak of whooping cough. it's a bacterial infection that can be fatal to very young children, while it was almost gone at one time, cases are now on the rise. nbc's chief medical editor dr. nancy snyderman has more on this tonight. >> reporter: 2012 was america's worst year for whooping cough in more than six decades. >> there's a tremendous outbreak of whooping cough across the united states right now. >> reporter: as scientists try to figure out how to better p
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